Using Text Styles in Lectora and Lectora Online

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Lectora® e-Learning software’s text styles offer a unique feature that allows you to take advantage of design consistency along with the timesaving ability to make global updates to text in your course. (Wait, you wanted those in green, not aquamarine?!) If you’re not already using Lectora’s text styles, read on for the “What, Why, When…

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The Best of e-Learning in December

Dear world, it’s time to take a break from your rigorous schedule of holiday parties and gift shopping. Put away that list, definitely don’t check it twice and let yourself curl up by the fire with THIS list—the top 10 e-Learning articles in December. 1. Lectora 12 Just Released—It’s the Best Lectora Yet! This update of…

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The e-Learning Holiday Gift Guide

Wondering what to get your e-Learning developer coworker for the holidays? Or maybe you have a friend or family member who’s always creating awesome online training courses that are engaging. The Trivantis writers Stephanie Ivec and I shopped around to find 12 gifts that are sure to make any e-Learning developer jump for joy this…

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Image, Shape and Button Effects in Lectora 12

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With Lectora® e-Learning software’s latest release, we’ve given you the ability to add a number of styles and effects to your images, shapes and buttons. In Lectora 12, you can easily create professional-quality graphics without purchasing additional image editing software or hiring a graphic designer. Adorners The first thing you’ll notice when you add one…

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The Best of Lectora and CourseMill in 2014

2014 has been a spectacular year—from exciting releases in the Lectora® and CourseMill® families to seeing all of our users who came to Los Angeles for LUC 2014. Let’s take a look at a few of the exciting events that happened at Trivantis this year: Lectora 12 Your favorite authoring tool got even better in 2014!…

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Customize Button States in Lectora 12

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With the latest release of Lectora® e-Learning software, we’ve introduced the ability to customize button states. In Lectora 12, you can tailor the look and feel for each of the following button states: Normal: The default state of the button—this is how the button looks when a page is initially displayed. Over: The state of…

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Lectora 12 Just Released—It’s the Best Lectora Yet!

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Trivantis is excited to announce the release of Lectora® 12 e-Learning software. Our Lectora users are important to us—that’s why this update of your favorite authoring tool delivers the timesaving usability enhancements you’ve asked for! For years Lectora has made it easy to create quality e-Learning authoring quickly (which is why it’s the tool of…

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Translating Content in Lectora: Tools and Publishing Features

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With Lectora® e-Learning software’s Translation Tool and Multi-language Publishing option, translating content for different languages is a straight-forward and time-saving process. In this article, we’ll go over the necessary steps to export, translate and integrate the text in your title for different languages. Exporting Text The Translation Tool in Lectora will extract the text in…

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Get Ready for Lectora 12—the Best Lectora Yet!

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In 1999, we brought you the first version of Lectora® e-Learning software. Since then, we’ve been constantly bringing you enhancements and improvements, as well as new products like Snap! by Lectora®, CourseMill® LMS and more. In 2013, we brought you Lectora 11—the biggest upgrade in Lectora history. Now, we’re building on that amazing upgrade to…

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Building a Drag and Drop Question in Lectora and Lectora Online

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Lectora® e-Learning software’s built-in drag and drop questions enable you to add interactivity at any point in your course by asking learners to drag items on the page to their correct destination. Drag and drop questions are easy to create and require no programming knowledge. You can use Lectora’s Question Creator to build a drag…

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